Design intention The intention behind the design of the new kindergarten and infant day care station is to integrate, almost to embed, into the natural setting of the park a wooden “childish manufacture` made of three basic and evidently perceived geometric forms/boxes that will notionally project the associative characteristics of the environment. The result is the participation of the new building into the landscape without competing its projection with the rest setting. On the contrary, the new station aspires to constitute a compound piece of the park, of the narration and identity of space. The design focuses on the idea of embedding a wooden “artifact` hidden within trees trunks in a dynamics way: observer’s eye view is allowed to penetrate through the wooden skin of the building and to continuously convert both the image and the volume of the project. The simple circumferential course around the infants’ station is transformed into an everlasting process of “addition and subtraction`: in the initial perceived image of the “closed` box, more empirical data is added (and afterwards fade away) of that which is partially presented and changes while the interior appears behind the skin and disappears as soon as the observer walks away. The perpendicular lines of the wooden architectural elements vindicate this process as variability of the building itself which in fact delimits, while the enclosed frontage can be conceived as “urban curtain` that opens to reveal the sensitive inner glass structure and firmly closes again for the internal program not to remain exposed.